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The Brunton

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Ladywell Way, Musselburgh, East Lothian, EH21 6AA
  • Box office 0131 653 5245
  • General enquiries 0131 653 5245
  • Opening times Mon–Fri 10am–3pm.
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  • Website thebrunton.co.uk
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Jeneba Kenneth-Mason

Jeneba Kenneth-Mason

Bach: Prelude and Fugue C# Major Mozart: Sonata No. 18 in D Major Sciabin: Sonata no.2 Collection of Samuel Coleridge Taylor Liszt: Vallee D'Obermann Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2

The third of the absurdly gifted Kanneh-Mason family to perform at the Proms Jeneba is a major pianist in her own right bringing virtuosity and charm to all the music she touches. Starting with Bach she moves to some wonderful Mozart before concluding with two pieces by Franz Liszt.

Liszt with his long flowing hair and musical genius attained not far short of rock-star status and the brilliance of this music with show us why.

'a deft and expressive soloist in 19-year old Jeneba Kanneh-Mason' Guardian

Wed 1 Dec

£16 (£14)

Keith Jack & The MacDonald Bros: Scottish Greats

Theatres are back! So come join Keith Jack, the MacDonald Brothers, Brian and Craig, for an awesome night celebrating all things Scotland! Bringing you songs from Wet Wet Wet, The Proclaimers, Lulu, Lewis Capaldi, Dougie Maclean and much much more! This is definitely a night not to be missed.

Sat 27 Nov

£25 (£22)

No Time to Die

No Time to Die
  • 2021
  • UK
  • 2h 43min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Cary Joji Fukunaga
  • Cast: Daniel Craig, Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear, Jeffrey Wright, Ana de Armas, Dali Benssalah, David Dencik, Lashana Lynch, Billy Magnussen

The 25th James Bond film is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and sees Daniel Craig in the lead for one last time.

Thu 2 Dec

£8 (£7)

The Brunton

A meeting place for theatregoers travelling from Edinburgh and East Lothian, this friendly mid-sized Musselburgh venue provides a busy programme of visiting drama, dance, music, comedy, children’s theatre, film, workshops and musicals, as well as amateur and community productions. It also produces its own popular pantomime with a strong local flavour. All seats in the modern 300-capacity theatre have a clear, open view of the stage, making it comfortable for everyone and particularly well suited to children. The multi-million pound refurbishment of the main hall upstairs, which seats 500, hosts a variety of concerts including classical music, comedy and dance performances, as well as regular cinema screenings showing new releases, National Theatre Live and Royal Opera House live screenings. The hall, known as venue 1, is also available to hire. The organisation has close relationships with a number of performing arts organisations, not least the resident children's theatre company Catherine Wheels, which works internationally and with local schools. The spacious curved bar serves drinks before the show and during the interval, while the bistro serves snacks and lunches as well as more substantial pre-theatre suppers. Artwork around the theatre by Glasgow-based glass artist Deborah Campbell was created to replicate themes from the Musselburgh Fisherman’s Walk with fish, creels, seaweed and waves incorporated into the design. There is plentiful parking in the surrounding area.

Reviews & features

Play time: raising the curtain on experimental and traditional theatre

23 Sep 2016

From the Royal Lyceum to Buzzcut Festival, Gareth K Vile looks at theatrical extremes in Edinburgh and Glasgow

Both Glasgow and Edinburgh have strong traditions of popular and experimental theatre. Although the major venues on both coasts of the central belt often collaborate, each of the cities have their own particular performance personality: Glasgow goes for…

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